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Discrimination-Free Workplace (EEO): Introduction Video

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At a Glance

Course length: 
Varies
Course type:
Full Length Course
Category: 
Employment Law Training
Regulations: 
EEO - Equal Employment Opportunity Act, Title VII - Title VII of the Civil Rights Act
Audience: 
Employees, Managers
Topic: 
Discrimination
Format: 
Video

Explains the laws prohibiting discrimination in the workplace and outlines protected categories. Helps managers and employees recognize and respond to situations through realistic scenarios, practical tips and advice to avoid common mistakes. Teaches managers how to deal with common Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) issues that they are likely to face in the workplace, and teaches employees how they are protected from retaliation by either the employer or its employees.

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Course Details

  • Employee
  • Manager
Employee

This course helps employees recognize behavior that could be construed as discriminatory and encourages them to speak up and report potential violations.

Key Concepts Covered in This Course:30 min

Commitment to prevent discrimination and retaliation

Policy against discrimination

Understanding what it means to be treated differently because of membership in a protected class

Stereotypes and assumptions

Race, national origin, ethnicity, gender, pregnancy, age, disability, sexual orientation and gender identity

Obligation to report suspected violations of policy and prohibition of retaliation

Manager

This course teaches managers how to recognize and respond to situations through realistic scenarios and practical tips.

Key Concepts Covered in This Course:45 min

Definition of discrimination and what categories are protected

Commitment to prevent discrimination and retaliation

Importance of following policy and how policy protects all employees

Recent U.S. Supreme Court retaliation standards

Understanding what it means to be treated differently because of membership in a protected class

Stereotypes and assumptions

Race, national origin, ethnicity, gender, pregnancy, age, disability, sexual orientation and gender identity

Obligation to report suspected violations of policy and prohibition of retaliation

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